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KENTWOOD, Mich. (WOOD) — With the stay-home restrictions continuing to ease off of business owners, some daycare facilities have certainly noticed a change in demand.

Tena’s Child Care in Kentwood says business slowed down to a crawl during the pandemic. As the restrictions lift, people are starting to show more interest. But getting to this point was a financial burden, with some local organizations such as First Step Kent needed to keep them afloat until this point.